Ghana Showcase /  GeneC /  07 August 2023 /  1 views

The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Peanut, Birdsong Peanuts and the National Peanut Board co-funded a research project in Ghana to see how a peanut-based snack might help children grow stronger and perform better in school. Washington University's Dr. Mark Manary created a formula through Project Peanut Butter and tested it in six schools in Northern Ghana. Early results from the research show that kids who ate peanut-based meals at school processed information more quickly and accurately than kids who ate a traditional porridge.

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